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Recap of Board Listening Session on School Safety

Posted on: March 22, 2018

Thank you to all who attended the Milford Board of Education special meeting held on March 7, at Mulberry Elementary. The Board held this meeting to listen to the concerns and suggestions from our community about school safety. Approximately 120 people attended the meeting including Jamey Mills, Milford's Chief of Police, and Mike Mills, Miami Township's Assistant Chief of Police.

Superintendent Nancy House opened the meeting by sharing what Milford is doing as a district for the safety and well-being of our staff and students. We have to work together as a community to keep our students safe. If you or your child see something suspicious, please say something. If you have concerns, please share them. Together, we can protect our students and make sure everyone feels safe in our school.

A total of 19 parents, community members, and a student shared thoughts and suggestions on safety. The Board will be discussing this input as they move forward to review and enhance the district's safety measures.

Click on the link below to read the summary of comments. 

SUMMARY OF LISTENING SESSION ON SCHOOL SAFETYMARCH 7, 2018